Firefox

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A multi-platform web browser with open source code

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Mozilla continues to work on further improvements for its flagship product: the free and open source browser, Firefox. Its many features include enabling the simultaneous browsing of multiple pages with its tab system, supporting most existing web standards, and offering a personalized experience with extensions, plugins, and themes created by the community.

The latest installment is focused on improving its technical aspects, so the appearance is almost the same as in previous versions. Firefox has improved its performance and stability with optimized JavaScript engines and rendering, greater compatibility with HTML5, independent processes for browser plug-ins, and more.

This version has also improved the loading speed for sites and resource consumption to avoid excessive memory usage like previous versions. The browser gets better and better with each version, becoming more fluid and stronger competition for its main rivals.

In short, each new version of Firefox continues to improve and optimize the service. It is now regarded as a solid alternative to Internet Explorer and Google Chrome and has become the first choice for millions of users worldwide.
Download the beta for the new Firefox 57 Quantum now

In Firefox's relentless battle to take on the impregnable Chrome, they've hit a huge milestone with version 57 of their browser. The beta for it is out now for download and includes the new Servo engine whose performance couldn't be more heartening: Firefox is now twice as fast as it was a year ago. Although version 56 isn't set to auto-update to Quantum on iOS/Android and desktops until November 14, you can get a sneak peek by installing the beta via APK.
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Firefox makes it to version 54, Mozilla dubs it "the best Firefox"

Mozilla has announced the latest update to its popular web browser. Firefox is now up to version number 54 with changes that, according to the company, make it "the best Firefox in history" thanks to an important performance tweak in the form of multiprocess support when loading tabs. This change should make the browser work better than ever without it involving an increase in RAM use.
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Android browser comparison (March 2017)

It's that time again. It's now been a full six months since our last browser comparison (from September 2016), so you're probably eagerly awaiting our latest half-yearly report on the four most popular Android browsers at the moment: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UC Browser, and Opera. As on previous occasions our comparison covers several aspects: RAM use, app opening speed, and compatibility.
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